Over the last few months, Signavio has been working in close collaboration with Celesio AG on the development of its new eLearning Platform. The platform will make it simple for users to develop an understanding of process management and to model processes with the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0) standards. The online courses are available from today on mooc.house, an online course portal of the Hasso Plattner Institute.
Celesio is a leading international wholesale and retail company and provider of logistics and services to the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. Celesio’s company-wide BPM implementation, driven by a global ERP project, presents an exciting example of the benefits organizations accrue as a result of Signavio’s BPM software. For this reason, the eLearning Platform was developed together with Signavio, to secure the understanding of processes and process management for employees through self-study. Following several weeks of a pilot phase at the Celesio Group, the eLearning Platform has now been implemented and is being rolled out across all locations.
“The organization-wide standardized understanding of business processes is an important basis for our global ERP project. With the eLearning Platform, our colleagues can easily and quickly expand their knowledge about the subjects of process management and modelling, regardless of where they are.” says Alexandra Tichy-Helbig, BPM Project Manager at Celesio.
“This project is an impressive example of organization-wide implementation of process management. We are happy to have been able to bring the eLearning Platform to life with the help of Celesio AG.” explains Gero Decker, CEO, Signavio GmbH.
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Celesio is a leading international wholesale and retail company and provider of logistics and services to the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. The proactive and preventive approach ensures that patients receive the products and support that they require for optimum care.
With more than 38,000 employees, Celesio operates in 14 countries around the world. Every day, the group serves over 2 million customers – at about 2,200 pharmacies of its own and over 4,300 participants in brand partnership schemes. With 133 wholesale branches, Celesio supplies 65,000 pharmacies and hospitals every day with up to 130,000 pharmaceutical products. The services benefit a patient pool of about 15 million per day. McKesson Corporation, San Francisco, USA, is the majority shareholder in Celesio AG. The company acquired more than 75 percent of Celesio AG shares in February 2014. McKesson provides solutions that include pharmaceutical and medical-surgical supply management, healthcare information technology, and business and clinical services.
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